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toured the areas hit hardest by the storm bacchanal that we are clear sandy, are we looking for warmer temperatures? >> you are watching wbal tv 11, live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m.. >> good morning. >> thanks for joining us. >> ava marie is here and we're glad to hear you are ok. >> it was crazy. it was you need for a hurricane because it was so cold. we were out there for eight hours straight. and we got soaked with the rain. it was freezing cold. we had to make sure we did not get hypothermia. >> you wouldn't normally think about cold weather during hurricane coverage. >> i did not have -- know how to pack for it. i brought all the snow gear i have because that's what i needed. >> it came in handy? >> it did, my waterproof jacket, my raincoat, the snow jackets did not hold up to the rain. we hope that everyone in the northeast cleaning up, it will be a rough couple of weeks. things are ok, there are just a sprinkles -- a couple sprinkles to worry about this morning. along the 95 corridor near columbia to northeast of baltimore. sometimes the
on traffic pulse 11. >> the cleanup from sandy is a big story. >> restoring power to tens of thousands of marylanders still in the dark this morning. most of the outages are in baltimore county. 22,000 outages in anne arundel county. nnected rews have reconvey over 200,000 homes. >> jennifer franciotti is live in towson. you are not far from a road closure. >> some residents are doing individual cleanups with branches that are down. one roadway is blocked. we cannot get down to the area ying.se it is too low li are no road closure signs in the area. don't go down there near the side.si bright the water is receding from sandy. president did have to wade through their property to assess damage. some people are used to flooding in their neighborhoods. they are grateful this storm was not as bad as isabel. >> compared to isabel, this was a piece of cake. it's a piece of cake. in isabel, my whole basement was flooded to the ceiling. >> during isabel, it was chest deep. in comparison, this is mild. i'd say really mild. this is a nice storm, though. but compared to isabel, this is nothing. >>
>> we continue our live coverage of the aftermath of sandy. >> i'm tim tooten in baltimore city. >> i'm jennifer franciotti reporting live at mema where we have been updating the situation overnight. >> when can we look forward to seeing this all this come to an end? [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. our coverage continues this morning. we have a team of reporters spread across the metro area. >> how much longer before we're rid of all this? >> it will take a while. things are better than they were yesterday. you can see the circulation of what is left of sandy. rain showers will taper off. it is still kind of windy. there is a south wind. the wind will be pushing up the bay. the high tides will comment above average. it feels like 35 with the wind. it is a winter like morning. the wind may gust up t
>> good morning. "11 news today" continues with continuing coverage of sandy as it comes up the coast. i'm live at ocean city where conditions are at their worst. yesterday we just had wind and now we have rain driving in our faces and waves starting to push toward the shore. there is a chance some areas will continue it see flooding. we are seeing the water spill through the walkway here at 32nd street and starting to pool toward the homes. we continue it watch this flooding and that will be an issue as we continue to head toward high tide. we will continue to track this. the winds are picking up as they continue to gust to near 60 miles an hour right now and could get stronger as the storm continues to approach us. to check what is happening right now in annapolis wove kim dacey. how -- we have kim dacey. >> i will have the latest on the conditions her as wind an rain continue coming up. >> when will the worst of the weather arrive? tony is tracking the storm as "11 news today" continues right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> our big story
attributed to sandy has risen. thursday martin o'malley observed conditions in garrett county. state emergency officials have moved their headquarters to western maryland. >> state republican leaders accused the state of placing the blame for pollution on the wrong people. a gathering at the dam, ej pipkin said the majority of the pollution comes from above the dam from other states. they say that is unfair marylanders have to cover the cost of the cleanup. >> as we have seen today the state of maryland is requiring the county to spend billions of dollars to clean up the lower part of the bay, but they're not addressing what is happening here. >> it is all coming down from pennsylvania and new york. for us to punish our citizens is not a good thing. >> debris and sentiment turned up and tropical storm lee was blamed for ruining the rock fish harvest. take a look at this. this video was captured of the storm's arrival, stretching it from saturday afternoon all the way through tuesday morning. while this is a fraction of it, you can see the entire video online at wbaltv.com. >> the dev
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